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the horrors of gun violence, goldie, as you say, it's dianne feinstein. she became mayor of san francisco in '78 because a gunman assassinated the sitting mayor and murdered gay rights pioneer harvey milk. we saw senator feinstein sticking up for herself. take a listen to her back on that day when she confronted gun violence firsthand. >> both mayor musconi and supervisor harvey milk have been shot and killed. >> goldie, i would only point out that the day those assassinations happened, november 28th, 1978, ted cruz was just 7 years old. so how come he's now lecturing senator feinstein about firearms? >> you know, to say that there are no limits on the second amendment is like saying there's no limit on the right of free speech. of course there's a limit on free speech. there's libel, slander. of course, there are limtss on the second amendment as well. you don't have the right to own a bazooka. you don't have the right to own a military-style weapon if the government decides to curtail some of that. so i -- i think that ted cruz is on a bit of slippery ground here to use his own words. a
for being with us. >> reporter: thank you, jonathan. >>> i want to bring in our panel now. with us from san francisco, msnbc contributor mazia teresa kumar, president and ce o o of voto latino. in austin, texas, an nbc reporter. madia, i'm going to start with you. a crucial moment for immigration reform. the gang of eight working on a bipartisan approach. the headlines are a republican congress calling people that word. can i even say that word? this isn't helping, is it? >> i have to give credit to the republicans. the moment that congressman young said that, boehner actually issued a statement saying that he had to apologize to the american people and to american latinos. i think that shows not only that they're actually trying to put a good step forward but recognize they have a larger problem. how do you change the hearts and minds of the extreme right of republicans who don't want immigration reform? but the fact that they realize how fragile this is, how they need to -- the republicans need to stick together and basically take this legislation past the goal post, i do applaud that. i
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